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obama says it's a risk with rising debt so why is there talk of another multi-billion dollar stimulus and copenhagen's collapse, kyotkyoto's 2's bust, the global warming peaked? hello everyone welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm stuart varney in this week for paul gigot. the relaunch of sarah palin. the former alaskan governor and vice-presidential candidate took a book tour. fans hope it's the start of the 2012 presidential contest, whether or not she runs her populous appeal gives her enormous influence within the republican party. though she says the white house is not on her radar screen right now, she talked to fox's bill o'reilly, she thinks she has what it takes. >> do you believe that you are capable, could do the job of the president of the united states? >> i believe that i am, but that's not to say that i'm putting myself out there to campaign or anything else. >> no not to say that, but you believe that you're smart enough, incisive enough, intellectual enough to handle the most powerful job in the world? do you believe that? >> i believe that i am because i have
jersey and virginia will tell us about president obama's first year and the future of the democratic agenda when we come back. ck. >> well, nobody will be >> election returns on tuesday night with more interest than a president. who has a lot riding on the outcomes of two governor's races with democratic kra disease running far behind his rehub can lively in virginia. the best bet seems to be in new jersey where governor jon corzine pulls even with chris christie. the two contests are seen by many as a referendum on the president's first year in office as well as an important indicator of the democrat's chances of passing a liberal domestic agenda not to mention midyear congressional elections jason riley and steve moore have all been following the races. they join me now. referendum on president obama or not? >> these are all places that he won handily a year ago. 57 percent of the vote in new jersey 53 percent in virginia. i think it's a fair test of whether the democratic majority he ushered sustainable. it's a test of whether republicans can regain in places like virginia. we kn
comes home again. lessons from the fort hood massacre and the obama administration says the master mind of 9/11 to stand trial in, believe it or not, a new york criminal court and health care reform and the abortion uproar, is the stupak amendment really a pro-life victory and how big a role will the issue play in the senate debate to come. plus, bailouts for newspapers? why your favorite daily may soon be getting a helping hand from the government. welcome to the journal editorial report, i'm paul gigot. reporting that they will charge fort hood shooting suspect with 13 counts of premeditated murder. investigators trying to piece together the circumstances surrounding the texas million the base and whether key warning signs were ignored. including e-mail exchanges between hasan and a radical cleric in yemen who knew three of the september 11th hijackers and advocated jihad against the united states. and in a stunning change in the legal war on terror, the obama administration announced we'll try the master mind of 9/11, kalid shaikh mohammed and four others from guantanamo in a court i
for those observations. when we come back, as president obama prepares to announce his afghanistan decision, democrats say they won't support a troop increase without a big tax increase. yg;wwgkóçó37wcwówg'çówóçoo i drove my first car from my parent's home in the north of england to my new job at the refinery in the south. i'll never forget. it used one tank of petrol and i had to refill it twice with oil. a new car today has 95% lower emissions than in 1970. exxonmobil is working to improve cars, liners of tires, plastics which are lighter and advanced hydrogen technologies that could increase fuel efficiency by up to 80%. >> paul: as president obama prepares to make an announcement on afghanistan next week, some democrats are saying they won't support a troop increase without a bigger tax increase to go with it. there ain't going to be no money for nothing if we pour it all into afghanistan. house appropriation committee chairman david obe told abc news recently -- he and others are floating the idea of a war surtax on all taxpayers, up to whopping 5 percentage point on brac
essentially what we're saying is an intelligence service. >> as we come back, president obama appears to announce his afghanistan decision. democrats say they won't support a troop increase without a big tax increase. yg;wwgkóçó37wcwówg'çówóçoo >> as president obama prepares to make an announcement on afghanistan next week, some democrats are saying they won't support a troop increase without an even bigger tax increase to go with it. there ain't going to be no money for nothing if we pour it all into afghanistan, house appropriation committee told abe recently. if they ask for increased troops in afghanistan i'm going to ask them to pay for it. obey and others are asking for an sur tax up to 5 percentage points on the highest income bracket. joining us wall street columnist dan ettinger, and mary o'grady and kim strassel. kim, i'm doing the math here briefly if i can. when president bush's tax rates expire in 2011 that will take the top income tax rate up to almost 40%. you add in the health care sur tax, 45% and now you add on the war sur tax and top income tax rate t
of the capitol. in another use, president obama and first lady michelle obama will attend the fort hood memorial service on tuesday in fort hood, texas, earlier, former president george bush and laura bush visited with victims of the tragedy, and details why hasan went on the killing spree. we'll be back in a short while with more news. >> a big election loss for big labor, a big win for jobs? unions try just about everything to help democrats keep the governorships in new jersey and virginia and knock and drag strategy, it didn't work. with the unemployment rate 10.2%, michael says the labor loss is a good thing for the u.s. job market. >> david, look, the unions own the democratic party and unions are economic terrorists, take philadelphia where the bus workers are on strike, 4% raise, bigger contributions to the pension plans while the taxpayers are getting killed. this is great for the country that the republicans can finally put a hold on the crazy union workers that are accountable to no one. >> so if unions lost on thewes that's good news for jobs? >> that's nonsense, if we all worked for
across our country this summer and caused widespread anxiety that president obama was trying to do too much is about to reach the critical milestone after months of political maneuvering with this vote at 195 to 178 on compromise bill, that as we saw in the last hour will not cover abortion and will not cover immigrant healthcare. what it will do is require most americans to carry health insurance and provide subsidiaries for those who cannot afford to do so. the insurance industry will be much more closely regulated under the provisions of the bill and the industry practice of denying coverage for preexisting medical conditions will be outlawed. much to the display of critics, the government will be, if this is adopted by the senate, the federal government will be selling insurance policies under the so-called public option. when all is said and done, it's prejected that a the coverage will be provided to 96% of americans including about 36 million who are uninsured. to pay for it all, the tremendous price tag, we're told medicare cuts will amount to the hundred, perhaps $400 billion.
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